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Someone very knowledgeable about linguistics. Computer Science is my specialty.
Pontic Greek practices conjugation and declension with suffixes, so I believe it is somewhat agglutanative. 
- ISO 639-3: pnt. 
- It has used the Greek, Turkish, and Cyrillic alphabet. Greek seems to be the most prominent one online.
- The 778,000 speakers inhabit Greece, Turkey, and several countries in Eastern Europe. 
Given what I have found in a couple hours, I'm fairly confident I can locate a few pages of text.
- Hellenic Language Boy Blog 
- Pontic Greek Wikipedia 
- Pontic Greek Narratives  
- Pontic Corpora from the University of Leipzig. 
I understand this language doesn't have many speakers, but I easily found high-quality resources.
- ISO 639-3: ksk. 
- 12 L2 speakers. 
- The Kaw Nation inhabit Oklahoma and Kansas. 
- Like many Native American languages, its alphabet is based on English.
- Pontic Greek Wikipedia https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pontic_Greek
- Blog https://helleniclanguageboy.tumblr.com/post/618528370100191232/pontic-greek-was-historically-spoken-throughout